Kossuth County Advance from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1931 · Page 2
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TW' 't, KOBStiTH COUNTY APVANCfl. A1/*ONA. IOWA Foot Hoh Millions Have Athlete's Poet •Why suffer from th« oueer skin Jilseaae causing: severe itching or ftoen and feet, cracking, peeling skin, jbllsterg, Ringworm, Trench Foot or Wand Itch, when you can avoid in- lectlon and quickly heal your sum vn aim u«»^ixly heal your »...-- i^iin Dr. Nixon's Nlxoderm? Based am the famous English Hospital for- femila, discovered by a leading London skin specialist, Dr. Nixon's Nix- aderm nets with amazing speed, be- «ause designed for this particular jrfkln disease. Nlxoderm Is guaranteed. It must stop Itch and quickly %«al your skin or the small cost will **lT»? d LU8BY'S BBtlG STORE RECTAL CLINIC Ambulant Proctology. Hemorrhoids (piles) and other forms of rectal trouble. Colon trouble, colitis, constipation. NON-CONFINING, CONSERVATIVE, PAINLESS, OFFICE TREATMENT Five dollars per call. Six to ten calls usually sufficient. WRITE FOR BOOKLET Sinus infection, rheumatism, neuritis treated by special methods. DR., R. W. SHULTZ 218-19-20, First National Bank Bldg., Mason City, la. WHITTEMORE PEOPLE DRIVE IN PINE FOREST Whlttemore, Aug. 18 — Robert C. Braatz, formerly Whlttemore, Arthur Heldenwlth, and Mrs. Emelle Heldehwlth got home Saturday eve. •ning from Wisconsin. Mr. Braatz has a daughter, Mrs. John Kourt, a sister, and three brothers at Milwaukee, and Mr. Heldenwlth has an uncle and aunt and several cousins there. The three Whlttemore. people left Milwaukee last Thursday for Antigo, northwestern Wisconsin, traveling nearly all the way alongside Lake Michigan. They drove more than 45, miles through an old pine forest and passed through the Menomlnee Indian reservation. The scenery there was beautiful. They left Antigo Saturday morning at 7:30 and came home via St. Paul, and Mason City; The distance covered on the whole trip was J275 miles, mostly on pavement. Mrs. Emelle Heldenwlth, who had been at Milwaukee since March, is Arthur's mother. MONET TO LOAN —on— EASY TERMS EEADY CASH • SERVICE We loan vou money on a few minutes notice, in amounts from $50.00 to $300. Phone or call on us, as our method is quick, courteous and confidential. We lend on household furniture and automobiles, and allow you to repay In 20 small monthly payments. HAWKEYE FINANCE CO. Represented by CUNNINGHAM * LACY 107 W. State Street. Phone 598 Tarty Home from West— Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert, Hernice Hargreaves, Algona, and Mlnee Elbert got home last Thursday from a three weeks tour to the west coast. On the way out they took a southern route over the mountains, and en route home followed a northern route. The roads were fine, but lots of reconstructing Is being done through the passes. 'Points of interest visited were the Grand Canyon. Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, Tijuana, and Catalina island. At Los Angeles 'they visited Philip Hargreaves and Otto and Charles Elbert, and attended the annual Iowa picnic a week ago Saturday, meet- Ing many former Whlttemore people. Catholic Sisters Visit Here- Sister Mary Presentation (formerly Emma Dahlhauser), 'Sister Mary Modesta (formerly Alice Elbert), Sister Mary Caroline (formerly Mary Buscherfald), and Sister Mary Fidelis visited last week at the Presentation convent here. Sister Mary Presentation will be at Waukon again this year; Sister Mary Modesta, at Danbury; and Sister Mary Caroline at Emerson, Neb. Sister Mary Pidelis, who had been superior ter's son Martin, of Northwood, spent the week-end at Herman Qade's and with the Mlelkes. Edith Ringler, employed In a department store at Appelton, WIs., arrived last week Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Ringler. She was accompanied by Frances Ringler, who had been at Appelton for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Volght, accompanied by Rugene Schwankoc, Cedar Falls, drovu to Mason City Friday, and thence Eugene took a bus home. He had -visited Whltte- more relatives five weeks. The William wegeners returned to their home at Clinton Saturday, after a week with Whlttemore relatives and old friends. Mrs. Wegener was formerly Nettle Sclwtt- schneldei-. Mr. and Mrs. George Balgeman and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bell drove to Des Molnes and Shenandoah Friday, returning Sunday evening. Geraldlne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kueckers, Is visiting her grandparents, the William Kueckers, West Bend. Anthony Buscherfeld and Vincent Elbert took Sisters Mary Caroline and Mary Modesta to Sioux City last week Tuesday. A number of local ball fans drove to Clarion last week Wednesday to see Eagle Grove ; play the House o£ David. Dorothy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heldenwlth, spent part of L R. AUXILIARY PLANS A PARTY FOR CHILDREN Lone Rock, Aug. IS— The Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs. Jim AckermanMnst week Wednesday. Vice President Tina Jensen cailed the meeting to order during the absence of the president. After the regular business meeting a children's party was planned for next week Thursday from 2 to 6 on the schoolhouse lawn. All ex-soldiers' children and the children of Auxiliary members are Invited. The secretary reporteft sending $1 to Knox- vllle, and $1 to the adopted soldier. The youngest Auxiliary member, Marjorle Jensen, who Is 10, attended the county convention at Bancroft. Her name was omitted last week. Lunch was served by Mrs. Ackerman and the next meeting will be held September 16. It was postponed Rath, this Week. > The J. M. Hulburts, of Gllddeti, visited the J. M. Blanchards lost week Tuesday. The 'Christian Endeavors had a party last Friday night at Helgen's jld grove. Marlon and Dorothy Jensen are visiting relatives at Fort Dodge this week. . Fred Flalg and Tom O'Doiinell drove to Des Molnes Monday .on business. • Mrs. Otis Saunders and children went to Renwick Sunday for a week's visit with relatives. Maynard Genrlch returned from Humboldt Sunday, after spending the summer with relatives. The Fayette Richards family, o) Princeton, 111., visited last week at the Merle Richards home. Ralph Thompson left last week Wednesday for Wisconsin and Illinois to visit with relatives. Aid will meet next week Thurs day at the Mrs. Wm. Krause home Donald Heiter, of Wesley, visited last week at Francis Elber.t's, Al gona. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz were Sunday dinner guests at the Louis Haupt'ley home, Wesley Edna Struecker, Fenton, is visiting at the Louis Braatz home. Edna is a niece of Mr. Braatz. Margaret O'Connell, Webster City, is a new operator at the Rusch barber shop. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Swansbn spent a few days last week at Des Moines. GOOD HOPE TO HAVE CHURCH 'HOMECOMING' one week because of the Kossuth county fair. Family Reunion Draws Crowd- Mrs. E. M. Hawks, Mrs. Jessie Stebrltz and daughter attended a family reunion at Arnold's Park Sunday. Others who attended were Mrs. Henry Warner Sr., Oscar Warner, the Mark Lyndsey family, the Sam and Henry W.arner families, Vester Schott, all of Fenton; ,and Naomi Wegener, the Asa Warner and Jesse O'Keefe families, of Ledyard. Bernlce Roderick Home Again— L. R. Roderick and. daughter Imogene and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Roderick drove to Sheffield Sunday to get Bernlce Roderick, who has been visiting relatives at Oskaloosa and Sheffield. Imogene remained at Sheffield for a week's visit. Travelers Visit Daughter— Mr. and Mrs. H. Morgan, of Algona, who recently returned from a nine month tour of the west, spent Saturday with their daughter, Mrs W. J. Cotton. the W. C. Helters this week. Grace Newbrough spent last week with relatives at Humboldt. ShawU The shawl known as Pnlsley was 'flrst mode at Paisley, Scotland. The texture Is usually woolen, though In come shawls there Is a foundation of cotton. The garments ore won folded three-corner fashion. .Nown days they are used as furniture or uaments like piano covers. Tliel cost, when first made, about the be ginning of the Nineteenth century was about $75. * There isn't any better Dry Cleaning Service TO BE HAD Reasonable prices. Prompt service. Lasting satisfaction. Send it to the ELK Cleaners Phone 330 ; ; We call for and deliver. at the local academy during the last few years, will .not return. Xcphcw of Dnhlliauser Hurt— Peter John Laubenthal, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Laubenthal Jr., Wesley, is at the Kossuth hospital, Algona, recovering from injuries suffered when he was struck by an auto on the paving near Sexton last week Monday morning. The boy and his father, who were driving to Algona, had stopped, and the lad had got out to look at a tire, when the other car hit him. He is nine or ten years old, and is a grandchild of P. W. Dahlhauser here. Van Mlso Aiitobiins'alow Finished— John Van Hise has completed an autobungalow in which he and his wife will leave soon for a tour in the west. The body, which has been mounted on a Chevrolet truck chassis, was built of pressed wood. It will withstand rain and sun, and yet is light enough to be not more than a comfortable load for the truck. The sides are lined with screened windows, and the interior is furnish- ] ed with cots, camp stove, kitchen equipment, etc. Help Mtlford Priest Celebrate— Father William Veil and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Geelan were at Milford last week Monday, helping celebrate the 25th anniversary of the ordination of the Rev. Father E. C. Meyers, pastor of the Milford Catholic church. The Rt. Rev. J. D. Fisch, Bancroft, preached following a jubilee mass. Father Meyers is well known throughout the Sioux City diocese. Good Hope, Aug. 18 — The Good Hope church has issued the follow ing homecoming invitation: "Good Hope church greets you a.nd invites you to homecoming services Sunday, August '23. An appropriate program o£ music, talks, and greetings will be given. A picnic dinner follows the service, which begins at 11 a. m. Bring food, dishes; cutlery. Cof£e e will be furnished. Renew your acquaintance with old friends; learn to know new. If you live outside the community and can-, not be present, send us a message of good will and best wishes; It will cheer us up. A' post card will do." The invitation is signed by W. J. Bourne, secretary of the church board, and Allen H. Wood, pastor. Sunday School to Elect— At the Good Hope Sunday school last Sunday a report of the board was favoably acted upon and nominations for officers' and teachers Titonka Mrs. The Roy BudiongS took .'aokard, of California, to ast week Wednesday to visit rela- ives. Mrs, Packard had been visions Wends In Tltohkn. severaj days, The Bufalo Busy Bees met Thufs- day with Hazel filler and Evelyn Shultz as hostesses. A demonstra- Ion was given by Gertrude <»Meyer on ,the correct way to stand, sit, and vaik, and 'one by Evelyn Shultz on darning socks. A report was glvert by Loraine M. Peterson on her vacation at the Okobojls as a delegate from the Buffalo Busy Bees at Camp Foster. Pictures were taken of the health girl of the club, Viola RIke, and also of girls who wore their uniform and were dressed correctly. 'Plans for the club's visit at Clear Lake from next Thursday to Sunday, when their parents will come after them. Mrs. Jay Budlong and Mrs. R. L. Krantz will chaperon them. The next meeting will be at Leota Oesterrelchcr's. • The T. C. Hlndrlcksons, Mlnnea polls, came Friday evening to spenc the week-end with the Howard Frenchs. Mrs. H. C. Schweppe entertained at a bridge luncheon last week Tues day afternoon. Mrs. Virgil Fender gast won high score, Mrs.. Johr Fisher, second, and Mrs. Howard French, third. Mrs. H. A. French and Mrs Homer Downs entertained the Wo man's club Thursday afternoon. A Ulnch w ,-,-, , >Mfs. MaYle SaAthott,' Thompson, and fidward ahd Jenessee -Saathoft spent the we«k-«mt!with-friends and relatives here., They formerly llved'here. >''.•"•:" •'"':" " ". •" i Mrs. .Relbsameh Bnken, Brltt, formerly of Titonka, stlent the week' end with Mrs. Frances Budlong, and other friends. \ - Budlong Ha rr mnk ' ; ^i a mowing ot ono to open school August RKAI) THE 1—1929 Chevrolet trull 1926 Ford Coupe 1929'Chevrolet Coupe Buick Sedan 1—1930 Chevrolet truck . 1—1928 Chevrolet truck with grain box I—Model T Fprd pick-up box 2 truck stake platforms, 6x8 and 6x9 feet KOHLHAAS BROS! Phone 200 were accepted. Details of the elecV tion will appear in this column nexl; week. Other Good Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Broesdei are expected from Minneapolis and vicinity, where they have been visit ing for the past week. They wil be at E. L. Broesder's till Thurs clay, leaving then for Albany, N Y., to resume work with a Mont gomery-Ward Co. store. The last quarterly conerence o Herman Voiglit Birthday Observed Relatives and friends gathered at Herman Voight's last week Tuesday evening to help Mr. Voight celebrate his 42nd birthday. A kittenball game was played between the married men and the young folks, and the young folks won, 3-2. A midnight lunch of homemade ice cream and cake was served. Frederick Belinke to Wed— AVhittemore relatives and friends have received invitations to attend the wedding at Kansas City August 20 of Frederick Behnke, former Whlttemore boy, and Lullie G. Hanes, of that city. the year will be held at Good Hope church this week Wednesday eve ning. Dist. Supt. Lease will preacl and a business meeting will follow Mrs. John Hilbrand, her -sor I^ewis, his wife, and children, a of George, are here for a few day at E- L. Broesder's. Mrs. Hilbran Sr. is E. L.'s sister. Lyle Morris arrived Monday for few days visit at C. L. Dittmer' before he and Mrs. Morris return t New York for the school year. Superior to Chance The best men are not those wh Anve waited for chances, but wh have taken them—besieged th chnnce, conquered the chance an made chance Cliapln. their servitor.— Search for Work Unsuccessful— Clarence Macumber went to Denl son laet week Wednesday with Delbert Sharp to look for work. ' He was unsuccessful, and returned Sunday. Mrs. leeper's 'Father Still IH— Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leeper returned Friday after a few days at Albert Lea visiting Mr. Leeper's father, who is critically 111. hrlstenscn Show Herd Starts— P. M. Christensen loaded his low cattle of Polled Herefords last eek and will show them at Bloom- eld and other fairs. II ends Synodlcal Convention— Otto Wichtendahl is a delegate lis week to the Synodical conven- on at Lowden. Other Lone Rock News. F. E. Macumber and daughter Dorothy left for Manilla Monday to visit the former's father. From here they will go to Waterloo for a ew days visit. Mrs. Carl Zoller and two children, if Nora Springs, have been visiting riends here the last week. They eft Thursday for Lakota to visit •elatives. The Mark Simmons family, of Fairmont, was entertained at Ernest Jensen's Monday. They will ilso visit the A. H. Hannas. The Walter Paulsons, of Iowa lity, spent Friday and Saturday at Why Should You Call 85li Ttrestotte Tirestette ?!re*totie Tiresfone Because you know we'll be there in a jiffy; because you know that you will rece quality merchandise, and prices are the lowest in years. Last/but not least, yoin have a service that is always courteous and efficient. Try it! FLAT TIRE Ernest Jensen's. Mrs. Paulson is Mr. Jensen's sister. The Roy Jensens left last week Wednesday for Clinton, 111., to visit the Frank Yates family, former residents here. Mrs. Oscar Earing and Mrs. Ben Seegeliarth spent last week-end at Arnolds Park at the Art Davis home. : Kathryn Stebritz returned Friday night after a week's visit at the Melvin Hawks home near Sexton. Oscar Warner and niece, • Lola Warner, of Fenton, and Gladys Ste- brltz drove to Fort Dodge Monday. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Genrlch attended a mail carriers meeting last week Tuesday at Lu Verne. Wm. Rath's daughter Charllne Is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. John BUY STERLING SILVER NOW The prices on silver are the lowest they will ever be again. Fill in your wants. We can match your pattern. We have in stock many patterns to select from — Wm. and Mary, Mary II, Colfax, Miss Alvln, Granado, Chateau Thierry, Mt. Vernon - Washington. Please let us help in selecting your wants. Sterling silver lasts a lifetime and in years it becomes an heirloom. Fine engraving — letters and monograms on silverware, trophies, watches and rings. F.W.WEHIER&CO. McCreerys Home from Rochester— Dr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery got home last week Tuesday from Rochester, where they had spent three weeks. Mrs. McCreery is recovering from an operation performed there. Student Nurse Visits Mother— Viola Heller, student nurse at the Naeve hospital, Albert Lea, came last week Tuesday for two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Heller. Boy Breaks Collar Hone- One day last week the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vaudt southwest of town, suffered a brok en collar bone, "when he -fell from a swing. Former Algoniaii Hus Mumps- Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Behnke, is at home from Cairo]!, where he works in a Councl Oak store. He has the mumps. Other' Wnittemore News. The Carl Hansens spent Sunday at Holstein, and were accompanie home by Mr. Hansen's brother Gor don, who plans to visit, here fo some time. The Edw. Gudes, De Moines, came one day last week t visit the Hansens, and were ac companied by Joan Hansen, wli had visited at Des Moines flv weeks. Mrs. Hansen Is a, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs Gude, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Walters, A gona, son Durwood, Mr. and Mn Leo Elbert, son Jerome, Mlnee E bert, Mrs. Jos. Walters, and the Ia1 ter's daughter Geneva spent Sun day picnicking at the Pilot Kno state park, Forest City. Mrs. Jos Walters, daughter Geneva, an Minee Elbert spent last week-en at Mrs. Walter's son Leo's- Mine is Mrs. Leo Walter's sister. The Otto Milestones «*d Mr. en Mrs. Milestone, Good Tbunde Minn., spent last weekend ft A Mr. $*$(,; t»Jt iVflfl !ity Comfort in "The Call". !ity Progress in "The Call." Showing' In Line AVlth tlie Cities. Every big picture or program re- eased has been shown in Algona. Friday, August 21. LOBETTA'YOUNG GRANT WITHEBS in "Too Young to Marry'* If she weds today will she regret tomorrow? A 1931 Model Marriage! Old enough to love, tout too young to marry. You'll remember this. one. 6, IS or 60 years! Sunday and Monday, Augupt 211-24 1-3 o'clock matinees, 10-35c. Here it is! They win by a landslide of laughs'. MARIE DBESSLEB (Candidate for Mayor) POLLY MOBAN (Campaign Manager) in "Politics" Guaranteed to have more laughs than any picture for months. Four weeks In the Chicago loop theatres. Saturday, August 22. Thrills of sky, air, jungle in the new serial "DANGEB ISLAND'* Episode No, 1 Matinee. Also the etar of "Lone Star Ranger" GEO. O'BBIEN SALLY EILEBS ' in «A Holy Terror" Plenty of action—daredevil thrills Quick triggers and hard riding. It's a Max Brand etory.,. He wrote Joan Crawford's "Untamed," one of the best stories ever put in pictures- Tuesday and Wednesday, Aug. 20-27 $350,000.00 cash paid to the star for her work In this one. Fasclnatln! Alluring! Desirable! CONSTANCE BENNETT BEN LYON ' BICHABD BENNETT in "Bought" She said— STRANGERS MAY BID I will love, honor, and obey any man who will give me the luxuries I like. If a woman marries for money, is she really "Bought?" Out of Love Into Luxury at a price! Thursday and Friday, Aug. 88-89 FREDERIC MARCH NANCY C4B»OLfc i» "The Night Angel? Saturday, Aufw»t 80, BUCK JONES in «Tb§ Avenger" Second eptepde Ranger island ' HIGH-SPEED HEAVY-DUTY TYPE The Gold Standard •i Tire Vali A very special reason why you should call 856. Vit canizing by us is guaranteed. We sell only the our; Firestone Gum-Dipped Cord Casings & Cir MouldedTubes. We invite you to compare prices i cross-sections. A liberal allowance for your casing on a new one. Dead Batter Should your battery fail to work CALL 856. The service car is ready. Our recharging equipment is the best that money can buy. We can tell you if it is worth recharging. With the Firestone line of batteries you get quality that cannot be equalled in price. Have you seen our cold-test battery. An allowance made on your used battery. NO BRAKES ? 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